University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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The studio art senior hopes to have her own studio someday.
Bailey Kemp '19 and Sarah Severson '20 came up with a winning hypothesis for Mayo Clinic's IMPACT Symposium.
More than 360 University of Minnesota, Morris students will receive their degrees on Saturday, May 12.
Hosted by Chancellor Behr, the event provided the campus community a chance to congratulate faculty and staff award recipients and to thank retirees for their service.
The junior biology major says studying at Morris opened doors and opportunities that set her apart in the application process.
IN/EXHIBIT 10.5 features work from 10 graduating studio art majors and a wide range of media.
The studio art senior hopes to someday become a book illustrator.
Directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Arts Siobhan Bremer, this whimsical production tells the story of a young girl struggling to come to terms with the addition of a stepmother into her family.
Katie analyzed seawater samples for nutrient content and supported projects related to atmospheric mercury at the University of Alaska Southeast.
The first woman elected to represent the State of Minnesota in the United States Senate, Senator Klobuchar will be in Morris on Saturday, May 12.
Representing some of the most innovative work at the University, these groups come together to work on a project of common interest.
The contest-style powwow celebrates the social and cultural ties American Indian students have with Native communities across the United States and Canada.
Otten is known for her commitment to student learning and collaboration.
Breen stands out for internationalizing the curriculum, in her field and more broadly.
On her own and with collaborators, Eckerle is changing what we know about women's lives and writing along with what we think about ourselves.
This year's program promises jazz takes on pop hits by P!nk, the Rolling Stones, and more.
Summer term provides diverse learning options and courses.
The secret to great advising, she says, is to value it.
The communication and journalism professor will deliver two lectures and teach a two-credit Communication and the Environment course.
After assisting Professor Michael Lackey with his research, Zoe Blumhardt '18 pursued her own successful research project.